ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Wildlife officials are giving the public a view of Alaska wilderness from the perspective of a grizzly bear.

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has posted a 13-minute compilation of 20-second clips taken by prototype video camera mounted on a collar placed on a wild bear in the Copper River Basin.

It was one of four cameras put on bears in May and retrieved in June.

The 13-minute compilation records one day in the life of a 700-pound, 10-year-old male bear.

It shows him on a busy day — May 26.

He breeds with a female, scavenges on a pile of fish along a lake, swims, rips hunks of meat off the carcass of a moose, breeds with another sow and beds down for the night.